Untouchable Lacroix repeats GP3R win

Pole-sitter Kevin Lacroix led from start to finish Sunday afternoon, earning his third career victory in the NASCAR Pinty's series and second in the streets of Trois-Rivières.

Untouchable Lacroix repeats GP3R win

Andrew Ranger and Alex Tagliani finished second and third, in a carbon copy of last year's podium. Here are the events as they unfolded.

Lap 1
JF Dumoulin and Gary Klutt appear to make contact, sending Klutt hard into the wall and bringing out the yellows. The race stays under caution until lap 6.

Lap 15
Lacroix still leads. Tagliani, Ranger and himself are breaking away from the pack.

Lap 26
Simon Dion-Viens and Cayden Lapcevich make contact. Dions-Viens is out, but Lapcevich continues. The race is under full-course caution again.

Lap 32
Green flag. Lacroix and Tagliani touch, allowing Ranger to sweep by and take second place.

Lap 37
The order in front is staying the same, but Jeffrey Earnhardt is making his way through the field. He is breaking into the top-5, having started 18th. LP Dumoulin and DJ Kennington are breathing down his neck, though.

Lap 47
Lacroix has a brush with the wall: he is pushing hard to keep Ranger behind, despite leading by about eight car lengths.

Lap 48
Things are getting hectic behind, two laps from the finish. Kennington, Lapcevich and LP Dumoulin touch. But all three are able to continue.

Lap 50
Lacroix wins, beating Ranger, Tagliani, Alex Labbé and Daniel Morad to the checkered flag. Lapcevich is sixth, ahead of Jeffrey Earnhardt, LP Dumoulin, DJ Kennington and JF Dumoulin.

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